BMW Motorsports’ first racing prototype in 25 years will debut at Daytona
When it does, it’ll be the company’s first prototype-class racer developed by BMW Motorsports in 25 years. We saw the kidney-grilled race car in its camouflaged test duds in June, but now the full race livery has been revealed.
The new graphic scheme uses the traditional BMW M colors of red, light blue and dark blue over white in a pattern the company calls “fractal blocks.” “These elements have been deconstructed to form what at first might appear to be an abstract triangular pattern across the BMW M Hybrid V8,” said Michael Scully, global director of Automotive and Advanced Design. “But when viewed from the side, the M logo clicks right into place.”
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